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hello

i wonder if anyone can help? i have a winform application for locations. I want to add a google map to the form, and if i press anywhere on the map the latitude and longitude should show in a text box.
Posted 19-Sep-12 13:46pm
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-Sep-12 18:51pm
   
This is not a question (I don't count "I wonder if anyone can help?", of course :-). What did you try and what is the problem?
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Solution 1

You will need to put a web control of some description into your app to display a google map - the Google API is well documented with many many examples of how to use it, so I suggest you start by developing your web page that displays the map given a set of locations.

I did it by writing the required locations to a DB table using a guid as the id, then passed the Guid to an ASPX page which showed the map with locations.

Passing the data back to the windows form proved less trivial, and I ended up using a web form for map integration - but still hosting the page inside my windows app.
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Solution 3

It can be easily done by using GDS Google Map WinForms Control. Just add the control to your WinForm application, then response to the MapMouse events.
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